Where is "Weiner Looping" these days?

Tuesday, April 25, 2000 8:54 PM
I once rode a ride at Circus World in Florida called "Weiner Looping"... It made the Racer at PKI seem as smooth as a baby's bottom. This thing beat the living hell out of me! How bout you? Ever ride it?
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Tuesday, April 25, 2000 9:18 PM
No, but "Psyclone" at MM beat the hell out of my friend. He complained of whiplash after the ride.

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"May the Force be with you"
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Wednesday, April 26, 2000 7:08 AM
Wiener Looping is one of Anton Schwartzkopf's most insanely sadistic designs, or so I've read. I remember driving by Circus World with my parents back in the mid '80's and seeing this ride there. I wanted to ride it, but I couldn't talk my parents into it. I was maybe 10 at the time. I couldn't figure out how the train made it over the top of that hill (where the 2 peaks come together). I didn't understand the concept of a rollercoaster going backward at the time. hehe The last I heard, the coaster is now running at a park in Austria. I would show you the Schwartzkopf coaster site if I could remember the link, but I can't. I think that is where I was reading about Wiener Looping.
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Wednesday, April 26, 2000 7:43 AM
hmmmm...Well, maybe it wasn't the site I was thinking of. Anyhow, if you're interested in Schwarzkopf's coasters and other rides here's a link for you. There is a little bit of info about Wiener Looping in there too.

http://schwarzkopf.coaster.net/hauptmenueGF.htm
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